A female passenger has made sure you'll never look at an aeroplane reading light in the same way again after she face swapped with the unit during a flight.
To alleviate boredom, the woman found herself playing with the Snapchat app on her phone while up in the air and the results were terrifying.
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After saving a screenshot of the image, she shared the picture online and it has attracted more than a thousand comments.
In the picture on Reddit, the face of the woman, who calls herself Pukkadurbz, appears to stare down from the belly of the overhead cabin, with the air vent still in place where her teeth should be.
On her face, two reading lights serve as the eyes and the operating buttons are in the place of her nostrils.
The woman isn't alone in attempting to Face Swap with an aeroplane, over the last week two other passengers have also used their time in the skies to morph into the decor of an aeroplane cabin.
Face swap works by taking a scan to pick up the contours of a face, which it does by locating the dark and lights spots, then it copies and pastes the images on top of each other.